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the blizzard and guess who just picked up the phone and called me. the mayor of newark, new jersey. you will hear what cory booker had to say to me at 3:00 a.m. >>> want to get you a quick update on something karen maginnis was talking about, marshfield southeast of boston. this is an area where there have been reports of water rushing in some of the homes in this semi coastal community and talked to the emergency manager there and they told us it has subsided for now. obviously great news but also told us they are anticipating another high tide around 10:00 in the morning so we will see if hopefully the water stays away or whether or not it will continue to flood. marshfield, massachusetts and we're checking on cities throughout the blizzard zone here tonight. covering all these different states for you talking to red cross, different city managers, some of from the boston globe and someone who called me at 3:00 in the morning, definitely awake out and about on the city streets. newark -- let me try that again, newark, new jersey, mayor, cory booker. roll it. tell me what you have seen
is in newark where police acted on a tip about a man making guns. mark. >> reporter: well, allen, this all started as the newark police investigation that's now been turned over to the fbi. this man is facing federal firearms charges and neighbors are stunned. this photo shows newark police at the home on birch street. at the time neighbors say they did not have any idea what was going on. >> when my mom tried coming home there was like a bunch of cops blockading everything. >> reporter: court documents tell a tale of a man building fully automatic homemade assault weapons in his garage. newark police and fbi agents say they seized six guns from harry lewis' home along with two silencers and ammo magazines. when they asked him why, he said he wanted to see if he could actually build a firearm. >> it was pretty scary. >> reporter: this neighbor says she had no idea what was going on at the home, just a couple of doors down. >> that's pretty crazy. i don't know. he never really bothered anybody. i mean, we never -- other than he was a motorcycle guy so he
ends peacefully at this e-z eight motel. in newark. this is video from our helicopter partnership with abc-7 news. it started after the men. entered a bank of the west branch in fremont. and demanded money. kron 4's reggie kumar shows us the dramatic outcome. five minutes after police shot two tear gas canisters into the window of this e-z eight motel room in newark. the second bank robbery suspect opened the door. with his hands up in the air, but then put them down. police quickly yelled at him to put his hands back up in the air. they demanded that the suspect turn around and walk backwards toward them. after taking several steps the suspect was told to put his hands behind his head, get down on his knees and continue backwards. investigators say this suspect did not have a weapon on him, and a gun was not found in the room. although.they say the first bank robbery suspect who surrendered monday afternoon did have a knife on him. they say some of the money stolen from the bank was recovered from the first suspect. in newark reggie kumar kron 4 news. >> a controversial new gun s
mention it is 3:00 in the morning and guess who i have on the phone, the mayor of newark, new jersey, cory booker calling me up. how are you doing? >> i'm doing well. just came off the streets and going to try to get some sleep before what will be a very long day tomorrow. >> i saw you were tweeting so i thought we'd try to get you before you hit the hay. tell me what you have seen so far on the streets of newark? >> the conditions are worsening. walked through all five wards of the city and checked on the crews and the conditions on the street. a lot of stranded cars now. a lot of people out that shouldn't be. so it's very perilous out there and people need to understand that. stay indoofrs and hunker down for the night. conditions will be bad throughout the morning tomorrow. this is not time to take this lightly. very dangerous conditions, especially around motor vehicle accidents. and we areal also on alert for possible power outages in newark if the wind starts to pick up. i'm grateful for the hundreds of workers we have out there from law enforcement to folks plowing and salting stree
the spingarn medal, the naacp's highest achievement. he was introduced at friday's award ceremony by newark mayor cory booker, the man who could become new jersey's next senator. >> one who stands and calls the conscience of this community that we have problems that are deep, we have challenges that are high, we have to understand that the urgency of our path is so here with us in the present -- past is still here with us in the present critic rex he spoke with us after was announced franklyn burke would not the boss frank lautenberg would not seek reelection. all of that and more coming up. this is democracy now!, democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. tens of thousands rallied on washington's national mall sunday for what organizers dubbed the largest climate rally in u.s. history. the "forward on climate" event urged the president to reject the keystone pipeline and commit the u.s. to binding limits on emissions of greenhouse gases. indigenous leaders chief jacqueline thomas and casey camp spoke. >> it puts at risk my neighbors to the east of me that live at the tar
. the areas effected are new york, newark, and boston. we've also checked with san jose and oakland airports right now. the duty managers at both the airports are telling me no delays or cancellations. of course that could change. we'll continue to check with all three airports throughout the morning. for now we are live at sfo kara lou. >>> san francisco muni is sending out an alert. there was an 83% increase in thefts. more than 400 cell phones were stolen. the city also reports half of all robberies last year involved some kind of electronic device. >>> time is 4:38. the roads definitely still wet. no question about that. sal, any problems? >> not many problems. there is one southbound 680 a car ran off the road. it's not blocking any lanes. one of the things we will experience is people unfortunately getting into wrecks because of the slick roadways. let's take a look at 80 westbound as you can see traffic does look pretty good here. we're off to a decent start. it's 4:39 in the morning and there are already a couple things out there. westbound bay bridge traffic is moving along pretty w
fremont y newark... take vo ---todo comenzo esta tarde a eso de las 2 menos 20 minutos de la tarde cuando dos sujetos asaltaron una sucursal del "bank of the west" en paseo padre parkway en fremont... ---los sospechosos ingresaron al banco y exigieron a los empleados a que entregaran el dinero para luego huir en una camioneta... ---a eso de las dos de la tarde la policia localizo el vehiculo en un motel "ez 8" en la avenida "mowry" de newark... ---la policia acordono la zona y detuvo a uno de los ladrones mientras que el otro se encerro en uno de los cuartos y a eso de las 8 de esta noche se rindio a la policia. blanca ---un estudiante de la universidad estatal de california en la costa central murio el pasado sabado sin que hasta el momento se conozca la causa de su falleciemiento . take vo ---"brandon huang" de 20 aÑos fue encontrado inconsciente afuera de la residencia universitaria en san luis obispo; posteriormente fue trasladado al hospital donde murio. ---las autoridades universitarias estan investigando las causas de la muerte. ===roll ticker=== blanca tiempo de la primera pausa
to watch. >> reporter: newark cops know who is involved in the vicious beating with where a young man was whipped reportedly after being told to take all of his clothes off. the video went viral on youtube. >> we do not tolerate this kind of evil in our community. >> all three of the persons that were arrested, males, do have gang affiliation. >> reporter: newark police director says four days after finding out about the video, arrests were made. 22-year-old holt allegedly used the belt to whip the victim. the 31-year-old supplied the belt to holt while 23-year-old recorded it. >> this crime in august was not reported. nobody called 911. in the face of evil, those who remain quiet are participants in that evil. >> reporter: after the victim is naked you can hear the voices of the young men cursing at him and beating him with the belt. the attacker can be heard demanding money. the beating goes on for a minute and a half. they demand the victim look at the camera and say it is a dog- eat-dog world. cops say the incident happened on irvine turner boulevard. when it was all over someo
to have an emergency room in newark. you told the story that happened on the first day that really, really got to me. what happened on your first day of work as a doctor in the emergency room in newark? >> yeah, it was during my trama rotation and it was a name on the board in the trama room. don moses is the name i referred to in the boox. th this is a young man who i grew up. there was a name and it was crossed out and underneath it was written deeszed. his body has been removed. but it it home. had i gone down that same direction, my life could have d ended up the same way. >> so your first day, it's almost like some sign saying that this could be you. >> absolutely. >> as you go through this in life, as an emergency room doctor in fnewark, what do you hope your book might help them and their pact and the satisfactory of you and your two friends? >> these are real-life stories. you have stories about depression, you have stories about stds, you have stories about cancer prevention. my whole thing is people read the journeys of other individuals who, unfortunately, their lives were lost
by thornton avenue in newark. when police searched the home, they also found ammunition and two silencers. kpix 5's mark sayre with more on the investigation. mark. >> reporter: this all started as the newark police department investigation. it's now been handed off to the fbi. this man is facing federal firearms charges. his neighbors are simply stunned. this photo shows newark police at the home on birch street at the time neighbors saying they did not have any idea what was going on. >> when my mom tried coming home, there was like a whole bunch of cops blockading everything. >> cops everywhere? >> yes. >> reporter: but federal court documents tell a tale of a man building fully automatic homemade assault weapons in his garage. newark police and fbi agents say they seized 6 guns in all from harry lewis' home along with two silencers and several ammo magazines. when asked why, he said he wanted to see if he could actually build a firearm. the neighbor says she had no idea what was going on at the home just a couple of doors down. >> that's prett
's grammy awards, come as a sad reminder... of the loss of a music mogul. dozens came together in newark, new jersey today... to pay tribute to whitney houston, one year after her death. the singer was memorialized at her hometown church... where family and friends celebrated her life and musical talents. houston's mother cissy spoke at the service. whitney houston drowned in a beverly hills hotel bathtub on february 11th of last year... just hours before she was expected to attend a pre-grammy gala. in her lifetime, houston won six grammy awards... and was nominated 26 times. [b10]whitney memorial-tag >> pete was just reminded me this time last week. ask exactly seven days ago it was still drizzling through the superdome ceiling. the fun from a week ago, coming >> more than 130 churches over baltimore were filled with red today. it did not have anything to do with upcoming valentine's day. ladies were wearing red for the ninth annual red just sunday. the event is to raise awareness among women of heart disease, hardy of vascular disease kills one woman every minute in the u.s. many neve
it with the president's new chief of staff, dennis mcdonough. then we'll hear from two political heavyweights, newark mayor cory booker, and former republican party chairman haley barbour. in the wake of the pope's resignation, we'll talk about what's ahead for the catholic church with cardinal donald wuerl of washington. we'll get the latest on that meteorite from jeffrey chewinger, senior science editor of "science magazine" the latest from david ignatius of the "washington post," tom ricks of "foreign policy," and state department correspondent margaret brennan. we'll round it up on the with amy walt ar aim amy walter, michael gerson, and our political director john dickerson. from out in space to here on earth, this is "face the nation." captioning sponsored by cbs from cbs news in washington, "face the nation" with bob schieffer. >> schieffer: and good morning, again, on a day when there is no shortage of questions. we welcome dennis mcdonough, president obama's me chief of staff, who i presume has brought many answers with him this morning. nice to have you. >> thanks for having me, bob. i'm re
from newark, who had said he was -- who he said was that kind of leader. that young man was cory booker. and he is going on to be one of america's greatest mayors. he's the new kind of politician, the kind that we at new labels -- at no labels are looking to support. if you listen to what lisa borders and bill said. if you look at the pack of your name tags, you'll see the no labels five principles of political leadership inspect is what it takes to be a problem solver. an cory booker embodies these prince. s he's a leader willing to tackle the biggest problems not just kick the can down the road. he's a leader who cares about all of his constituents not just the ones who vote for him. he's a leader who isn't afraid to reach across the aisles. he's a leader who dares to tell the difficult truths. he's a leader who demands accountability from the people in his administration and from himself. he's a leader of great personal courage, willing to run to a burning building to save a subsequent in need. he's a leader to govern for the future. please welcome a dear friend, a problem solver, a
. tory done it-- dunnin....affected airports include boston, newark, and j-f-k. so far this morning. 16 flights to boston have been cancelled. around 35 flights to j-f-k have been cancelled. and 13 departing flights to newark have been cancelled. nationwide, airlines have instituted flexible rebooking waivers and are pre-emptively canceling more than 3,000 flights ahead of the major winter storm. we do not have to worry about snowfall but what about rainfall? >> the southern portion of the bay area is contending with some great. we do see some light rainfall for danville, a san ramon and also some slight raid on the western end of the san mateo bridge. you are going to use your windshield wipers. the yellow on your screen showing highway no. 1 of but it looks like the showers will continue to taper off. here is a look at futurecast. this is mainly a coastal event. still this cloud coverage and it has departed but all of the instability is hanging around. we could seek a thunderstorm even hail. but partly cloudy conditions as for transition for the afternoon. speaking for the afternoon,
to check in with the mayor of boston, with the mayor of newark, and see what's going on there right when we come back. [ indistinct shouting ] ♪ [ indistinct shouting ] [ male announcer ] time and sales data. split-second stats. [ indistinct shouting ] ♪ it's so close to the options floor... [ indistinct shouting, bell dinging ] ...you'll bust your brain box. ♪ all on thinkorswim from td ameritrade. ♪ >>> all right, what you're watching is our boston blizzard cam. that's what we're calling it here at cnn. this is what you should not be doing right now. you should not be on the roads, but we wanted to show you what is it like in boston right now. the blizzard effect. comes from the blind, all about whipping the wind around. that's what makes a blizzard, not just snowfall, but wind. and the concerns about wind and storm surge are relevant nowhere more than cape cod. that's where ali velshi has been battling all day. what's the latest? >> when we started the show, you lost a signal because something strange happened around here. big pickup in wind, and then after that, we were all stan
. it shows a young teenager in newark, new jersey, forced to strip naked repeatedly whipped with a belt. the victim reportedly targeted because his father owed the attackers $20. at least one person has now been arrested and charged. newark mayor cory booker is talking about this right now. let's actually listen in. >> in four days by february 12th, all of the people who are responsible for this heinous, vicious, cruel crime were apprehended. i want to express gratitude, again, to the work of the newark police department. our police director will come forward in a moment and give more details on the investigation. i want to again thank the hundreds if not thousands of individuals who reached out to me, who reached out to the city, who called 911 and let us know what was going on and what went on in mid-august. i want to say two points before i ask the director to come up that i think are important. first and foremost, this is not who we are. we are newark, new jersey. we do not tolerate this level of cruelty, of callous disregard for the dignity of humanity. we do not tolerate this vici
'll warm a few more degrees than when you were this afternoon. 64, clearlake. napa, 64 degrees. newark, 63. temperatures in east bay, antioch, 64. accu-weather seven-day forecast, sunny and mild for your monday and then we're going warm things up thursday and friday. spring like and in the 70s but dry. >> ama: thank you so much. shu is here. sharks were doing so well during the superbowl. >> that is true. nothing is clicking and as a result they have dropped nine of the last ten games. joe thornton scored a few punches but it didn't help the sharks. 1-0 stars. another stars' power play 2-0. sharks power play, finally get one. patric marleau gets one and joe thornton called, questionable call but no goal. stars win it 3-1 is your final. >> college hoops and cal bears have been playing oregon. they this hosted by oregon state. they need to keep the wins coming. montgomery open the gameith a huge slam by richard salamon. justin cobb gets the three. cal up by 3. that is a difficult shot. he had 18. four seconds left in the game. cal up by one. ahmaad, he needs to make a bucket. cal wins the fi
and newark mayor cory booker aren't exactly best friends. i didn't know that. christie kicked off the week joking about his weight with david letterman. soon after he was telling a former white house physician to shut up for expressing concern over his health and his weight. anyway, guess what the project -- project booker just announced yesterday? his new partnership with weight watchers to help combat obesity up in newark. well, surely this one was in the works for a while, but strange about the talk and the timing. >>> by the way, it seems like christie is still in attack mode over the comments from that physician. yesterday dr. connie mariano recounted the phone call she got from the governor. >> it was essentially the tone of the press conference but louder. >> pretty much yelled the whole time. >> uh-huh. if this is the way you handle stress, is this presidential? have to think about that. is this a presidential way to behave? come on. >> there's a political commentary from the doctor. apparently calling her a hack at the press conference was not enough. that's "hardball" for now. co
, some cargo activity at both newark and jfk. and laguardia, we're expecting the first passenger activity around 9:00. so we had a lot of snow. not as much as, perhaps, predicted, but quite a bit of snow. we had a got at laguardia, almost that much at newark. it was a tough overnight, but we're in great shape. and what has to happen now, as you know, we run airports. we don't fly planes. so we're ready. we're working with all the airlines as they resume their schedule. what happens in a big storm like this, as you know, they cancel a lot in advance and then they work on their recovery plan to get everybody back on a plane over the next couple of days. where we could use your help is in making sure that everybody out there knows that even though we're open and even though planes are starting to fly, their flight may not happen today. and so call first. go on their website. make sure that you actually have a seat on a plane before you head out to the airport. >> that's very good advice. we actually have been throwing it out there every chance we get to remind people. >> excellent. >> are yo
its research and development in newark. companies from many other countries are important employers throughout our state. this is the world we now live in. around the country, companies are producing more than ever, but as a result of productivity gains, they sometimes do so with fewer people. this is the world we now live in. there are 3 billion people in the world today looking for jobs, but only 1.2 billion jobs available. this too is the world we now live in. more global. more productive. more competitive. it is a new world of unprecedented opportunities - to create new partnerships, to sell to new customers, to innovate and collaborate in ways previously unimaginable. but it is also a world with new and formidable challenges to attract and retain employers that have more options than ever, to educate our children to higher standards of job readiness, to invest in the future as we care for an aging population. these challenges demand an understanding of the world as it is and a vision of what it can become. they require us to do as delawareans have done throughout our history, i
, the wide open spaces in your head. anyway, next, it's no secret that chris christie and newark mayor cory booker aren't exactly best friends, i didn't know that, christie kicked off the week joking about his weight with david letterman. later he was telling a white house physician to shut up over concerns about his health and weight. guess what project booker announced yesterday. his new partnership with weight watchers to combat obesity up in newark. surely this was in the works for a while, but strange about the talk and timing. seems like christie is still in attack mode over the comments from the physician. dr. connie more ran no recounted the phone call she got from the govern governor. >> it was essentially the tone of the press conference. but louder. >> pretty much yelled the whole time. >> uh-huh. >> if this is the way you handle stress, is this presidential? you have to think about that? is this the presidential way to behave. come on. >> political commentary from the doctor, apparently calling her at a hack at the press conference was not enough. coming up next "your business"
news. >> pam: happening right now in newark. a standoff with a bank robbery suspect inside this e-z - eight motel. you're looking at video of the standoff. from our helicopter partnership with abc 7. it started after that suspect and another. entered a bank of the west in fremont. and demanded money. new tonight at 8..kron 4's reggie kumar reports, one suspect has now surrendered. >> reporter: this location is behind me. you can see police are shining a spotlight. where they believe that this suspect is held up. we have just seen a swat team members get closer to the room with weapons but they retreated. the think that this hostage negotiators are speaking to the suspects over the phone. at this e - z hotel he is not being cooperative. this started monday, 3:30 they do not know if this suspect has a weapon. also, investigators will not release the name of the east bank robbery suspects until tuesday. this area has been sealed off. no access is being allowed in they are hoping that this will end peacefully. reggie kumar, kron 4. >> pam: new at 8 a man is mauled by a dog in east oak
on the hudson at newark airport. it was halloween night 2011, 231 passengers and crew, many of them americans, were about to board lot polish airlines flight 16 bound for warsaw. in the cockpit of the wide bodied boeing 767 captain tad wrona was focused on the safety of the transatlantic flight. the maintenance crew told him the aircraft was good to go. >> it looks good so we are ready to taxi and to take off. >> flight 16 took off from newark airport just after 10:00 p.m. soon after, was there an indication of a malfunction with one of the hughed raulic systems, but with two backups there was no cause for concern. the flight over the ocean was smooth as silk, turbulence-free. >> that night it was unusually smooth. >> but just minutes before the scheduled landing, all of that would change. it was then that business class passenger greg cohen noticed flight attendants racing in and out of the cockpit. >> the head flight attendant, you can just see all of the color out of his face. he was pale, white as a ghost. you could cut the tension with a knife. >> then the word came over the p.a. this is
and laguardia, expected to resume some passenger flights soon. newark's flights not expected to begin until at least noon due to the runways being down overnight. expect most airlines to operate on a limited schedule. so more than 1,800, that's a new number. 1,890 flights canceled today according to flight aware tracking. boston's logan airport closed until 3:00 p.m. eastern. bradley airport in connecticut remains closed, as well. >>> connecticut was pounded by the storm. in some places, about three feet of snow. let's look now at hartford. most places in that state have about two feet of snow or more. we talked to the mayor earlier who said that the snow was falling at about four inches an hour. that was last night. and city crews were struggling then to keep the snow off the streets. snow will continue to be falling for several more hours. meteorologist alexandra steele has been following all of this for us this morning and continues to do so. alexandra? >>> good morning to you. in kentucky, especially western auto -- in connecticut, especially western connecticut, it is over. the s
room pickup truck with an undisclosed amount of money. and led police to this location and newark.. police have cleared much of this area at this point. we will keep you developing on this. this footage was courtesy of our abc seven helicopter partnership. . well, well, well. growing up, we didn't have u-verse. we couldn't record four shows at the same time. in my day, you were lucky if you could record two shows. and if mom was recording her dumb show and dad was recording his dumb show then, by george, that's all we watched. and we liked it! today's kids got it so good. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for 1 year when you bundle tv and internet. rethink possible. >> catherine: a developing story. the troubled 787 dreamliner was being tested today in seattle. the company says that first test was 'uneventful.' -- which is exactly what they the dreamliner has been grounded worldwide since january 16th after the batteries in two planes overheated of burned. --or bunredrned...it could still be weeks before the jets are cleared for take- [ male announcer ] if you
and southbound, this is a bay bridge toll plaza down to one lane on the newark area and westbound all lanes are open, 4:37 let's go to steve. >> sal, i think you had a lot of company when you walked on that bridge. >>> a system is coming in but it has a lot of cold air, cold air is up here so it is not filtering in until later on today. there is not a lot of rain with this and 5 / 100th and a 10th of an inch. northern sonoma count tip and eventually this will work its way south. 30s and 40s on the temperatures, 9 napa, fairfield is in there san francisco 47, 40 san jose and mountain view under mostly clear skies, under the rain and breeze picking up mostly cloudy day. mostly 50s for some. upper 40s, a little bit warmer but not a lot. there is a lot of cold air coming in and we will continue that late tonight and tomorrow morning. the weekend looks good but it will be cold wind did i on saturday and it looks sunny windy and warmer. >> a huge blizzard could create some problems. >>> lance armstrong, word of a new lawsuit. >>> good morning, highway 4 looks good as you drive over to concord a
up this special counsel december to assist passengers in rebecoming flights to boston, newark, new york j.f.k. and philadelphia. >> this is frustrating but it is impossible it will be highly frustrating in the following hours, so hopefully we will get help. >> they wonder what did document. >> we have no clue. they don't know. they say it is the weather but montreal has snow like this and we don't understand what is going on. >> it is not normal. we are waiting. >> frustrated. >> very. >> they said perhaps tonight or tomorrow which is quite annoying but what can we do. >> some have no choice they say but to sit and wait it out. >> what are your options? wait-and-see? go home? >> wait for the later planes. we don't know. >> at this point no one knows what will happen next. i spoke with airport managers, they are advised if you fly to the northeast today or tomorrow, check with your airline before you come to the airport, it could save yourself a lot of time and a lot of headaches. many airlines are waving change fees because of of the blizzard. >> still ahead, the san francisco gian
, newark and philadelphia. that is supposed to do that but is having a trickle down effect nationwide. here at sfo for lines they dedicated specific lines so they could rebook passengers headed to those cities and according to them because it is expected to be slow moving they expect delays until tomorrow. >> we are seeing several airlines get proactive in terms of what they are doing. already yesterday in anticipation of the weather we saw a lot of airlines beginning to cancel flights to these areas. in addition what airlines are doing is on each of their websites they are posting travel advisories to get the word out to their passengers and they are also in many cases making changes to their fair rules. >> reporter: now airlines that are effected that fly to the east coast include united, american, dealt starks u.s. air and virgin american. we also checked with other cities as well. we found out that other cities include chicago and pittsburgh. you might want to check with them as will. we spoke to one passenger who said he won't be leaving until sunday. >> it is frustrating but nothing
to and from san francisco, and really, what we are seeing is boston, new york, newark and philadelphia have flight cancellations. >> 2/3 of the flights impacted were departures from sfo, causing residual impacts to international travelers. this meant said he spent three hours on the phone with his airline trying to find a way to fly his family back home to istanbul, turkey. he is watching the board, as he attempts to fly home to new jersey. >> it's just an hour at this point and i'm hoping it will not be later than that. i'm really kind of concerned by all the things we have seen about the weather. it will get worse as the day goes on. so, i'm hoping we can get out right now. >> but looking on the bright side, he said if his flight is cancelled, that will be more time visiting his brother. and perhaps a hug hello instead of goodbye. >> that is called making the best of it. i checked with oakland international and they say that one flight to new york was cancelled today and san jose international also sought minimal impacts today, but airport leaders here at sfo said expect more cancellation
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pounding the east coast. more than sixty flights were cancelled by noon. flights into and out of newark. j-f-k. philidelphia. and logan international are experiencing the most inclement weather. surprisingly no cancellations were reported at oakland international airport. here's a different live look of the storm in new york city. annie - we are hearing the storm is set to bring a full 24 hours of snow? >> yes. some rain off on the coast. >> some are rain off the coast and deep snow. let me show you the watch this is where we could see the heaviest various through 1:00 p.m. what we could see is some snowfall from boston and high wind gusting. new york city is also going to see 1 ft. in some areas. a lot more expected for to marron. difficult to get around. >> pam: trains in the bay area starting up again. after a deadly accident brings trains along one rail to screeching halt. kron 4's jeff bush has the details. >> reporter: frustrated cal train riders were sitting for hours on the tracks near charleston road in palo alto. the south bound train hit a pedestrian around east meadow road abou
village, population less than 200, they got a $15 million airport. why not newark or las vegas. it's a big pork barrel project where the states spend the money and they get to a monopoly on this money. >> dave: i am thinking of the big dig in boston and terribly corrupt. scheduled for $2 billion and ended up costing $15 billion. new york has a second avenue subway system they have been building for 40 years. do we need more of this? >> we don't necessarily need more of this. going a back to steve's point, public private partnership, it takes a certain amount of money and spending from the government actually i think we need to be spending money on infrastructure maybe more smart than the examples. if you look at infrastructure spending when it is done correctly it gives you a bang for a buck. it can create economic and job growth. countless studies a recent one from the san francisco federal reserve that show this. down the road you see less air pollution and less health care. >> dave: so many times you see delays on projects and corruption where local contractors try to get as much as the
. >> thank you. sky 7 hd is over a tense breaking news situation now in newark, police surround a motel because officers believe a robber is holed up inside of the building. police say the two men robbed a bank on the west branch of pa sex o padre parkway. robbers escaped with an unknown amount of cash. >> a fired los angeles police officer facing murder charges a massive manhunt for him has not resulted in an arrest. the district attorney filed murder charges against christopher dorner today accused of shooting a police officer. he is wanted for three murders in fact. the search continues to focus on big bear lake in mountains about 80 miles east of los angeles the truck was found there. >> texas governor rick perry trying to persuade california companies to move to his state. he attempts to poach jobs from here. taking him through southern california. a special guest will be watching president ob yaum deliver his state of the union speech. an official says the executive is going to sit in the first lady's box joined by military families, those championing immigration reforms and those
the earthquake appeared to be unnatch. >>> a five hour long standoff between police and bank robbers in newark ended peacefully tonight. the easy 8 motel on cedar boulevard where the suspect barricaded themselves. police said the two men had robbed a fremont bank this afternoonment one of the men gave himself up at around 4:00 this afternoon. the second suspect surrendered just after 8:00. >>> and a major wreck between a cal train and big rig in san bruno. the rig was crossing over angus avenue at 2:30 when it was hit by the southbound train. at 4:00, trains were running an hour and a half behind schedule. help stop the system wide delays. despite the mess, no injuries were reported. >>> authorities believe that exl.a. cop tried to flee to mexico, but they stress he could be anywhere tonight. christopher dorner is charged with murdering a police officer and attempted murder on three other officers. those charges do not involve two other people that dorner is suspected of killing in orange county. more than 600 tips have come in since the l.a.p.d. offered a $1 million reward. >> we have hundre
a dramatic and explosive end to a five-hour stand off in newark
veteran currently in the u.s. senate. the race for the seat will be closely watched. newark's mayor cory booker has already filed papers to run for his seat. >>> the president was on the road today. in fact, he was practically on the floor with a bunch of preschoolers. lots of hugs and high-fives in a pre-k classroom in decatur, georgia. a look under the magnifying glass. one of the 4-year-old's asked if he was their teacher. after that got cleared up, there was another reason for his trip. the official business pushing his early childhood education plan which he highlighted in the state of the union address. >>> picture of the day from the world of sports comes from the australian women's golf open. interrupted by a marauding flash mob of kangaroos who suddenly streamed across the fairway. luckily, they left only their giant footprints behind, and play was resumed. we're back in a moment with what february 14th is supposed to be all about. >>> finally tonight, if you don't have anything special planned yet, you might find yourself in a little trouble with your valentine. whether you're
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